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Old 16 May 2006, 12:59   #121
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This sounds great!!! Sorry cant make this year! Do you intend to do the same next year??
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Old 16 May 2006, 13:01   #122
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Timboli,
Do you really do this run in a 3mtr RIB??!! Fair play!!! We are based in the Hamble if you fancy a joint run out some time??
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This sounds great!!! Sorry cant make this year! Do you intend to do the same next year??
Don't know as this will depend on fellow members. I guess we will
A pity you cannot make it this year cos we are down on numbers with Kathleen's leg in a plaster and Louise having to look after little Thomas. I suppose Richard at the last minute will find some good excuse to launch Blue Ice

Saturday Night at the Arun View is party night

this weekend I must advise the Arun View of the menu selection and will make enquiries about the kids menu
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Old 16 May 2006, 15:09   #124
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Don't know as this will depend on fellow members. I guess we will
A pity you cannot make it this year cos we are down on numbers with Kathleen's leg in a plaster and Louise having to look after little Thomas. I suppose Richard at the last minute will find some good excuse to launch Blue Ice

Saturday Night at the Arun View is party night

this weekend I must advise the Arun View of the menu selection and will make enquiries about the kids menu
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Old 16 May 2006, 15:54   #125
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A pity you cannot make it this year cos we are down on numbers with Kathleen's leg in a plaster
Not in a plaster sir !!!

Because I continued to ski (and went to work for a week before I knew I had a fracture) the doc said no point!

Besides they need to keep all that plaster (& oxygen tents & helicopters etc. etc.) for you guys when you stub your toes

All should be mended by June 1st!!! But too late for Lil'hampton, sorry Andre. You peeps are so welcoming, it's a pity to miss this one. See ye next year!

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Old 16 May 2006, 16:07   #126
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Not in a plaster sir !!!

Because I continued to ski (and went to work for a week before I knew I had a fracture) the doc said no point!

Besides they need to keep all that plaster (& oxygen tents & helicopters etc. etc.) for you guys when you stub your toes

All should be mended by June 1st!!! But too late for Lil'hampton, sorry Andre. You peeps are so welcoming, it's a pity to miss this one. See ye next year!

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What do you mean see you next year . Are you going away somewhere?
will see you on the water no doubt in June when we the hard core of the LA ribsters head for the Solent

sorry for using the word "plaster" a slip of the finger
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Old 16 May 2006, 16:11   #127
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I'm not plastered ....:) :)

OOOOPS!!!!

I meant for the now-legendary Lil'hampton run!!!!!

Of course we'll meet up loads in the meantime

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OOOOPS!!!!

I meant for the now-legendary Lil'hampton run!!!!!

Of course we'll meet up loads in the meantime

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I know and was only joking. Hope all is well now and look forward to seeing you both again

sadly you missed a good Ribex
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I know and was only joking. Hope all is well now and look forward to seeing you both again

sadly you missed a good Ribex
Thanks Andre.


We'll be thinking of you all weekend 28th and especially the disco mad octogenarian who was star of the dance floor last year!!!

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(Actually I hardly felt I missed anything at RIBex as so many peeps got in touch.
And our Breton visitors were delighted with your courtesy & demo, also Robin's Ocean Blue demo (top job apparently!), Leeway and John Cookster Cookee who was his usual charming self. )
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Do you really do this run in a 3mtr RIB??!! Fair play!!! We are based in the Hamble if you fancy a joint run out some time??
Thanks for the offer,the Bombard is an airfloor inflatable which I will be selling soon,I hope to do the trip with BruceHawsker on this forum.
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Thanks for the offer,the Bombard is an airfloor inflatable which I will be selling soon,I hope to do the trip with BruceHawsker on this forum.

No worries
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Old 17 May 2006, 13:00   #132
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Andre, Does anywhere still have accomodation?
You will have to ring round, look at the begining of the thread for tel numbers. Pls bear in mind it is the Bank Holiday weekend
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I am at the Arun View tomorrow and will hand over the menu selection and ask for the kids menu if they have such.
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Leaving the Solent East to the Edge of the World

To all leaving the Solent to points East to the Owers around which Dragons lie



I suggest we aim to rv and thus collect people as we move East at suitable points. I am actually away from now until the Friday before so it is kind of hard for me to do the arranging so I am passing the baton on to Paul (Timboli). I guess we need to allow 90 minutes from the big fort to get to Littlehampton (Andre - do you agree?).

So my suggestion is:

Lymington (Jack in the Basket) 10.30am
Calshot (by the last red buoy at the mouth of the river) 11am
Big Fort 11.30am

Please can you send by PM to Timboli all your MMSI's, and your mobile numbers.

I will want to know who is meeting where. I am happy to 'lead' the flotilla in Farfetched, and for Paul to appoint a sweep boat ensure that anyone with problems / concerns is looked after.

I suggest we use channel 77.

I suggest everyone makes a point of talking to Paul by phone on the Friday evening beforehand to check for last minute changes of plan.

Looking forward to the adventure. It was kind of blustery and cold last year so please come prepared for bad weather!

Cheers

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Old 18 May 2006, 05:45   #135
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To all leaving the Solent to points East to the Owers around which Dragons lie



I suggest we aim to rv and thus collect people as we move East at suitable points. I am actually away from now until the Friday before so it is kind of hard for me to do the arranging so I am passing the baton on to Paul (Timboli). I guess we need to allow 90 minutes from the big fort to get to Littlehampton (Andre - do you agree?).

Cheers

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Many thanks for taking the initiative

pending weather conditions 90 min is more then enough. On calm sea my Seahawk 3 can make Cowes in 1 hour and a bit .

If the weather is fine I suggest you aim for the Looe Channel. We will meet you there and lead you to LA

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To all leaving the Solent to points East to the Owers around which Dragons lie

So my suggestion is:

Lymington (Jack in the Basket) 10.30am
Calshot (by the last red buoy at the mouth of the river) 11am
Big Fort 11.30am

Please can you send by PM to Timboli all your MMSI's, and your mobile numbers.

I will want to know who is meeting where. I am happy to 'lead' the flotilla in Farfetched, and for Paul to appoint a sweep boat ensure that anyone with problems / concerns is looked after.

I suggest we use channel 77.

I suggest everyone makes a point of talking to Paul by phone on the Friday evening beforehand to check for last minute changes of plan.

Looking forward to the adventure. It was kind of blustery and cold last year so please come prepared for bad weather!

Cheers

Bruce
Bruce if all goes to your plan then I guess you could make the Looe Channel by 12 noon

The Looe Channel can get rather nasty at times and if this is the case and we will be there first and if necessary lead you via the Outter Owers

Pls call me on my mobile when you meet at the Fort

Have a good and exciting crossing

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Hi

We'll meet Bruce at J in B at 10:30. Myles Aweigh is blue with a big white console, you will see us a mile off. Mob phone 07768 252215.

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I have just been through this thread and have the following coming from the Solent,is this still the case?
Bogib + 1 - Arctic Challenger
M & A - Kismet
Carly Baby + ?
Nauti Buoy Richard + ?
Charlie C + 1 - Shrek

I have Benc and the Warners mobile phone numbers,can the above please PM me there mobile numbers and I will pass mine on to confirm arrangements

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Hi Andre

Sorry mate but going to have to drop out of this cruise. Hope you have a great weekend, and weather holds out for you all.

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LAmpton Cruise 2006
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PARTICIPANTS

1) The welcoming party departing from LAmpton


Phil Chitty + 1 - Galaxsea 3 - mooring@LM
Andre & Wiesia + Ken - Seahawk 3 < Arun View = mooring@AV
The Edges (3 or 4) - Fujimo < Arun View = mooring@AV
Steve Green + 2 - Lynx < LAmpton home=mooring@LM

2) The Solent Group coming by sea

Bogib + 1 - Arctic Challenger < Arun View=mooring@AV
M & A - Kismet <????=????
Carly Baby + ?< mooring@LM
The Warners > Rosie & Iain - Myles Aweigh - The Nelson Hotel=mooring@VM
Charlie C + 1 - Shrek - The Nelson Hotel=mooring@VM
benc - Intrepid - Ben + 1 - Quayside B & B=mooring@VM
Brucehawsker > Bruce + 2 - Farfetched - Quayside B & B=mooring@VM


Sorry to hear that Nauti Bouy Richard has backed out

I gave the Arun View your menu selection and will post tomorrow evening the kids menu
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